Psalm 23 Read from a Haitian Bible

Listen to the Scripture read in Kreyol [chirbit:http://chirb.it/tkg0C3] The Lord Is My Shepherd 1 The LORD is my shepherd; I shall not want. 2 He makes me lie down in green pastures. He leads me beside still waters. 3 He restores my soul. He leads me in paths of righteousness

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A prayer from the Betor boys

The boys were asked by their teacher today to write a prayer for the anniversary of the earthquake here in Haiti.  Can you tell we live above a medical clinic (in Haiti)? Please make the Haitian people stop cutting each others arms off and please make Jesus make the Haitians

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Worship Wednesday: Change the Focus to Kenosis…

By: Casey Zachary In the same vein as last week’s post on turning our heart outward, I would like to continue one aspect of that discussion, namely, service to others. Kenosis is the transliteration of the Greek word κένωσις, which means “emptying.” Kenosis is the concept of the ‘self-emptying’ of one’s own will in

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Missions Monday: David Livingstone

David Livingstone lived from 1813-1873 and was a missionary/ explorer to Africa. Although he dropped out of school at age 10, Livingstone had an intense spiritual experience that convinced him he was destined to be a medical missionary in Africa. After finishing degrees in medicine and theology, Livingstone set sail

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The Journey Must Continue

Although the good-byes don’t get easier, and the load never lighter, the journey must continue. When days seem long and tiring, and nights restless, the journey must continue. When I see no light at the end of the present tunnel, and the future seems  frightening, the journey must continue. When my

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Worship Wednesday: The Heart Turned Outward

By: Casey Zachary Prior to Rene Descartes, the jumping off point for philosophical questions began with God. Descartes’ “I think, therefore I am” shifted this dramatically (within the framework of Western thought) to beginning these questions with “self.” Cultural gravity has brought us to the place we now find ourselves.

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